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HP Prime Bug: Convert lbf to N - snowflake - 09-15-2023 01:58 PM
Convert lbf to N uses 4.449221615 N / lbf instead of 4.448221615. The third digit following the decimal should be 8 instead of 9. Can this be corrected? RE: HP Prime Bug: Convert lbf to N - calc_freak - 09-16-2023 02:49 AM
I see the same thing on my G2 with 2.1.14730 (2023-04-13). The iOS emulator 2.1.14584 (2021 05 05) and the PC emulator 2.1.14730 (2023 04 13) have the correct value (4.44822161526_N). Edit: I cross posted your findings in https://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-1817.html RE: HP Prime Bug: Convert lbf to N - jte - 09-17-2023 11:11 PM
(09-15-2023 01:58 PM)snowflake Wrote: Convert lbf to N uses 4.449221615 N / lbf instead of 4.448221615. Thanks for the report! I’ve created a ticket for this in the bug tracker I’ve set up for the project. I’ll message Prof. Parisse about this in a moment. Using Google to search for 4.44922161526 actually turns up a web page with an mksa value table for Xcas. One workaround is to use the all caps “CONVERT” (instead of the lowercase “convert”). RE: HP Prime Bug: Convert lbf to N - jte - 09-18-2023 07:22 AM
(09-15-2023 01:58 PM)snowflake Wrote: ⋮ A follow-up: the ticket on the bug tracker has been closed, the bug has been fixed. (Thanks, Prof. Parisse! ) The change should be in effect with the next release. RE: HP Prime Bug: Convert lbf to N - snowflake - 09-18-2023 04:34 PM
Thanks for the action! |